High School Instructional Design (9th-12th)

  • Due to the possible impact of COVID-19 during the 2020-2021 school year: 
    If there is a closure or restriction for offering face to face instruction during the year, CISD would move to the High School Remote (at-home) Distance Learning - Asynchronous Model and would follow the guidelines per the state and the Texas Education Agency (TEA).

Face to Face (in-person) Learning

  • 8:50 a.m. - 4:10 p.m.

    This is a traditional model of learning in which learners come to school each morning and follow the schedule of a typical school day. District provided technology will be required for your child to bring to and from school each day. There will be social distancing practices in place as well as strict adherence to heightened cleaning/disinfectant protocols following the safety guidelines per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Texas Education Agency (TEA) and the district.

  • Example of a Learner’s Weekly Schedule

  • Instructional Day

  • Safety and Security Procedures

  • Expectations for CISD staff, learners and families

  • Click here to view HS Instructional Design in PDF
  • Frequently Asked Questions

Remote (at-home) Distance Learning

  • Asynchronous  |  8:50 a.m. - 4:10 p.m.

    This remote learning model gives learners the opportunity to access learning online through Schoology, our Learning Management System (LMS).  District provided technology will be required for your child to use with the learning happening each day.  Learners must follow a daily schedule as specific times will be set by the campus in which there will be a mix of live Zoom lessons, recorded lessons, individual/collaborative work and a variety of assessments for feedback and showing evidence of learning.  

    A full day of teaching and learning will be provided per TEA guidelines.  Learners must engage with teaching and learning daily (5 days a week) in order to meet attendance requirements.  Time management is essential in remote learning as learners will have expectations and tasks to complete each day.

  • Example of a Learner’s Weekly Schedule

  • Instructional Day

  • Expectations for CISD staff, learners and families